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PART II - CHAPTER X

apartments, where I could not go, I stood patiently there waiting until he returned.
Then suddenly he was nine years old, and he was taken from the women's apartments into those of his father and the men, and our life together was broken sharply off.
Oh, those first few days ! I could not live through them without long fits of weeping. At night I wept myself to sleep and dreamed of a place where we were always children and never separated. Ah, it was many a day before I ceased to mope about, seeing every room empty without him. My mother at length feared for my health and spoke to me.
" My daughter, this constant longing for your brother is unseemly. Such emotion must be reserved for other relationships. Grief like this is fit only for the death of your husband's parents. Perceive the proportions of life and restrain yourself, therefore. Apply yourself to your studies and to your embroidery. The time has now come when we must fit you seriously for your marriage."
Thereafter the idea of my approaching marriage was held always before me. I grew to understand that my life and my brother's could never go side by side. I did not belong primarily to his family, but to the family of my betrothed. I heeded my

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